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Jan 19, 2013 7:00pm EST
on this and then it could make a determination as to whether there is that risk. justice sotomayor: oh, i bet that if we rule in your favor, we will. ms. saharsky: i'm not sure that that's true. the reason that a few states have considered having police officers get trained in this way is basically out of necessity. it is just in rural jurisdictions it's too far to get to the nearest hospital. but it's fair to say that police officers do not want to be in this business of taking blood. it diverts them from their other activities. you know, it's an extensive training process. so i -- i'm not sure that that's true, but it's not something the court has to decide justice sotomayor: do you want to be in those rural places and be stopped without an independent magistrate approving a field officer taking blood from you? ms. saharsky: well, what i'm saying is that there are only a few states that are doing it now, and i think it is -- it should be -- the court should wait until it actually has a record to make that determination. but -- you know, there has been training along those lines. that's something, for
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